by Andrew Ford – Chicago spits out top-level basketball talent – Kevin Garnett, Derrick Rose, Quentin Richardson, Juwan Howard, Jabari Parker, etc. Whitney M. Young Magnet High School product Jahlil Okafor is the latest in a long line of basketball greatness in the Windy City.
by Kyle Neubeck – April 16 marks the final day of the basketball calendar for the Philadelphia 76ers, a notable moment for perhaps the most significant sub-20 win team in league history. It is the day that signifies the end of scrutiny from outside sources and enraged defense from supporters of Sam Hinkie’s vision. Considering that the franchise’s goal was to lose games in order […]
On Wednesday night, the 2013-2014 regular season will come to a close. After 82 gruelling games, 16 teams will continue to battle for a chance of lifting the Larry O’Brien trophy, while the other 16 teams enjoy a few extra months of holiday. But the end of the regular season marks another exciting time: the distribution of hardware. With that in mind, here is part one of our end […]
by Russell Simon – Back at it again! Crabdribbles Live this week was presented by Mucinex, as Russell Simon and Zach Oliver both did their best Willis Reed impersonations, battling through colds to give you an hour long Google Hangout. In this nasally edition of Crabdribbles Live, we spent a lot of time on the Final […]
by Zach Bennett – FIBA’s 2014 World Cup of Basketball will be held in Spain for the first time ever, and it tip-offs on August 30th. Formerly known as the World Basketball Championships, constructed from 24 qualifying countries from around the world, the World Cup is FIBA’s flagship event. […]
Quentin Haynes – *Of course Hardaway would sprain his ankle before I post this. Hope is an excellent way to get through a down basketball season. Teams like Milwaukee and Los Angeles may not have talent on their roster, but the hope springs eternal, as both teams have lottery picks to bank on. The idea that their roster […]
Adam Johnson – The Zen Master made his first official move Tuesday, announcing via teleconference the re-hiring of Isiah Thomas to his former position as GM of the New York Knicks. “The move was made to make sure the integrity of basketball returns to the state of New York, and that can’t happen without Isiah Thomas […]
Chris Reichert – The 2009 NCAA Championship seems like a distant memory for the North Carolina Tar Heels and head coach Roy Williams these days. While they’ve had some success since then, making it to the Elite Eight in 2011 and 2012, they were bounced in the Round of 32 this season – a disappointing end to their year. Most programs would deem a season like this to be a success, but […]